Hi! On 2016-08-09 at 04:48 (+0300), Dark Penguin wrote: > This is one of two bugs with Remmina that really annoy me; after a > while, I've gathered more data and now I think have the simplest way > to reproduce the problem. Also, this time all the machines are running > Debian Jessie with MATE. > > - I connect over VNC to one machine with a 1024x768 screen. A small > window appears in the center of my FullHD screen. (This is a good > starting point to see all kinds of scaling problems that I have.) > > - Then I connect to another machine with a FullHD screen. The window > is still the same size, but now a FullHD screen is cramped into it > (without honoring my "Maintain scale ratio" option, of course.) > > Now if I resize the window by dragging its border, or click "Maintain > scale ratio" twice to disable it and enable it back, then it resizes > the image properly; but whatever else I do, the scale ration is not > honored. > > What I've tried: > > - Being not happy, I try to "Maximize" the window. The image is now > stretched in a thin horizontal line with black borders above and below > - > neither honoring the scale ratio, nor even scaling to fit all the screen. > > - If I click "Resize the windows to fit in remote resolution", the > same happens. > > - If I click "Toggle fullscreen mode", the same happens. > > - After any of those, if I toggle the "Scaling mode" off and back on, > then it scales to cover all the window, but still does not honor the > "Maintain scale ratio". > > > I've also tried this with RDP - connecting to Windows machines. The > results are the same. > > And finally, only in the case when the remote screen is SMALLER than > the window, turning "Scaled mode" off and on helps resize the window > properly. When the remote screen is LARGER than the window, it does > not honor the aspect ratio.
Could you please check if the problem persists with 1.2.0-rcgit.20-1 in experimental suite? Thanks. -- Matteo F. Vescovi
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